WI DNR – Angler Education Update

You are subscribed to Angler Education for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This information has recently been updated, and is now available.   http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/anglereducation/   Our Fishing in the Neighborhood Interns (FIN’terns!) will be on the City Deck in Green Bay, Monday, June 26 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. All Green Bay kids are welcome to drop in during Green Bay Kids’ Day. Check out the other fishing clinics, FIN events and Fishing for Dinner classes scheduled around the state this summer. All ages are welcome at many, unless specified for adults or for children. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/FishingforDinner/index.html     Order your … Continue reading WI DNR – Angler Education Update

DNR Outdoor Report, June 22, 2017 – Additional Rains Greet First Week of Summer Keeping Rivers up and Trails Wet

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for June 22, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Additional rains greet first week of summer keeping rivers up and trails wet The wet weather has continued into our first astronomical week of summer, with rain falling in some or all of the state every day in the last week. This has continued to keep rivers high and many trails wet and muddy. The lower Wisconsin River continues to flow at more than twice its normal flow and … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report, June 22, 2017 – Additional Rains Greet First Week of Summer Keeping Rivers up and Trails Wet

Rubber vs. Felt (again), Thoughts on Beer, Cooking Fish in the Backcountry and More

Email Newsletter Our weekly newsletter includes exclusive content and keeps you up to date on the latest from Hatch Magazine. Rubber vs. felt (again), thoughts on beer, cooking fish in the backcountry, the poster boys of Bears Ears and more 10 years later anglers are still debating rubber vs. felt, beer and fishing, how to smoke fish in the backcountry with nothing but tin foil, public lands perspectives from ground zero, 20 minutes to catch dinner, the angler’s most important trait and a look at Korkers and STLHD’s limited edition boots. Photo of the Week: Seeing It It’s not always … Continue reading Rubber vs. Felt (again), Thoughts on Beer, Cooking Fish in the Backcountry and More

Our June Super Sale

To view this email as a web page, go here. GARY, In-Fisherman , freshwater fishing’s most trusted source, is offering you our LOWEST ONLINE PRICE: ONLY $8 for a one year subscription! Exclusive advice from America’s fishing experts: How to catch more and bigger fish of all species • North America’s fishing hot spots • Conservation issues affecting our fisheries • Hot product reviews and advice • Guaranteed fish-catching presentation tips With the help of In-Fisherman  you’ll catch more fish and have more fun on the water than ever before. In-Fisherman is your #1 source for tips, tricks, and techniques from the pros, as you … Continue reading Our June Super Sale

DNR Outdoor Report, June 8, 2017 – Water Levels Return to More Seasonal Levels; Warmer Water Temps Bring Bluegill, Smallmouth Bass on to Spawning Beds

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for June 8, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Water levels return to more seasonal levels; warmer water temps bring bluegill, smallmouth bass on to spawning beds This past week brought hot and humid weather to a majority of the state, with small to large thunderstorms rolling across several counties. Water levels in some areas are still above normal but most are now at more seasonal averages. The lower Wisconsin River again has sandbars for camping. Bluegill fishing … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report, June 8, 2017 – Water Levels Return to More Seasonal Levels; Warmer Water Temps Bring Bluegill, Smallmouth Bass on to Spawning Beds

Statewide Birding Report: More Unusual Birds Alight

SHARE TWEET MORE CLOSE News Tools Primary Contact All Contacts Subscribe Previous Archive RSS Outdoor Report for June 1, 2017Published by the Central Office View current conditions for Wisconsin State Parks, Trails and Forests Check out the Wisconsin Department of Tourism (exit DNR).   General | Northern Region | Northeast Region | Southeast Region | South Central Region | West Central Region Intermittent rain and high winds covered many areas of the state this past week, but couldn’t slow down the thousands of local and out-of-state visitors spending their Memorial Day weekend at Wisconsin’s parks, campgrounds and piers. Those outdoor … Continue reading Statewide Birding Report: More Unusual Birds Alight

DNR Outdoor Report update, May 25, 2017 – Cooler than Normal Temperatures Slow Spring Progression; River Systems Running High Across State

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for May 25, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Cooler than normal temperatures slow spring progression; river systems running high across state Cooler than normal temperatures, clouds and rain dominated the last week and slowed down the spring progression, including bird migrations and fish spawning. However, a warm-up in the next couple of weeks could change that quickly. River systems across the entire state are running very high, and while the Memorial Day weekend has traditionally been a … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report update, May 25, 2017 – Cooler than Normal Temperatures Slow Spring Progression; River Systems Running High Across State

DNR Outdoor Report Update, May 18, 2017 – Many Rivers Running High From Recent Rains; Fawns being Born, Turtles Nesting

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for May, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Many rivers running high from recent rains; fawns being born, turtles nesting Strong storms that swept across Wisconsin with high winds earlier this week downed trees in some state parks and forests but crews have been out clearing the damage and all park and forest campgrounds and public use areas remain open. High water on the Chippewa River has closed one section of the Chippewa River State Trail south of … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report Update, May 18, 2017 – Many Rivers Running High From Recent Rains; Fawns being Born, Turtles Nesting

These Military Moms are More Than Just Heroes to Their Children

Our freedom depends on them. Their peace depends on us.  Helping warriors relax, rehabilitate and reintegrate through kayak fishing and the outdoors. A Woman, A Veteran, A Mother There are a lot of sacrifices that are made when one chooses to serve their country, especially when they hold the title of “mom.” They are not only risking their lives for their children, but they could potentially miss out on some of life’s most precious moments. These women veterans have shown us that no matter what obstacles they had to overcome, nothing would keep them from getting back to their most important job … Continue reading These Military Moms are More Than Just Heroes to Their Children

Try Lake Wisconsin This Weekend

        Lake Wisconsin, all 9000 acres, is one of southern Wisconsin’s premier lakes for most fish species we have in the state. The lake is actually a flowage formed from the damming of the Wisconsin River at Wisconsin Dells and Prairie du Sac. The water level is maintained at a constant level to protect the luxurious homes that crowd most of the lake’s shoreline. This means that there is constant current flowing through the lake and the lake’s water is constantly replaced every four days under normal conditions. One of the keys to fishing Lake Wisconsin is to fish the … Continue reading Try Lake Wisconsin This Weekend